Chase the tigers of Nepal’ is a must for anyone remotely interested in wildlife. There are very few places left in the world to see these iconic creatures in their unspoiled natural habitat where the tiger is neither tamed nor accustomed to contact with human behaviour . Bardia National Park is decleared as the second best place in the world to see tiger by Lonely Planet. Nepal has Doubled its Tiger population in 4 years timespan.
Vermont is a state in the northeastern United States, known for its natural landscape, which is primarily forested. Part of the New England region, it’s also known for being home to more than 100 19th-century covered wooden bridges, and as a major producer of maple syrup. Thousands of acres of mountain terrain are crossed by hiking trails and skiing slopes.
The river below Dillon reservoir is filled with the best trout growing diet of Mysis shrimp. Similar to the “Pan” and the “Taylor” this section is home to some of the states largest trout. A section that once braided out with shallow and deep-water settings, is now home to long deep runs that where dug out to create habitat for species of trout that where introduced to the river. This has helped trout find refuge in the deep runs, but it has become a challenge for anglers to access these giants in high flows.
Phoksundo Lake Trek will take you to one of the extremely isolated regions of Nepal. Phoksundo Lake is the deepest lake in the Himalayan region, located in the mid-western part of Nepal. The best part of the lake is, it falls under the Phoksundo National Park area, which is home to many endangered animals like musk deer, Tibetan wolf, and snow leopard. The trek to Phoksundo Lake will offer you breath-taking views of the Himalayan sceneries.